Before completely succumbing to the Christmas spirit, the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin is inviting you once again to a bombastic and stirring evening in the Philharmonie: before Anny Clyne's "Sound and Fury", the DSO, conducted by Pekka Kuusisto, will play Haydn's Symphony No. 60, which, together with Shakespeare's "Macbeth", was the inspiration for Clyne's work. After an "Entr'acte" by Caroline Shaw, the concert ends with Beethoven's grand and immortal 7th Symphony.
Symphony Nr. 60 in C major “Il distratto”
“Sound and Fury”
für Orchester und optionalen Zuspieler
“Entr’acte” for string orchestra
Symphony Nr. 7 in A major
CastPekka Kuusisto, Conductor Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin Pekka Kuusisto, Violin and Conductor
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